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2007 ford focus rear door lock inop

The drivers side rear door will not lock or unlock, either manual or electronic means. i took the door apart, but could not get the lock mechanism out to look closer at the problem. any ideas on ho to remove the lock mechanism or how to fix the lock?

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    ltwfcusa Feb 17, 2012

    My 2007 ford focus rear door also will not lock manually or with the remote. Report this issue on Safercar.govhttps://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/ivoq/ This is a safety issue because our kids can just open the rear door because you have no ability to lock the door and/or use the child safety lock feature. This happened to my 2007 Focus and dealer asked for $500. Please report all car issues to the people who force the Auto companies we just bailed out to fix our cars. You are leaving the public a risk. If your kid opens the door moving down the highway and falls out of the car because of this issue Ford is going to pay big time lawsuits on this one. REPORT REPORT REPORT!!!

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It is not a problem in design, it is broken. Reporting it to the government is like reporting yourself if a railing in your house stairs breaks and you are too lazy to fix it so your kid can get his/her head stuck in there...its a YOU problem, not a government problem

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My ford focus rear door also will not lock manually or with the remote. Report this issue on Safercar.gov https://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/ivoq/ This is a safety issue because our kids can just open the rear door because you have no ability to lock the door and/or use the child safety lock feature. This happened to my 2007 Focus and dealer asked for $500. Please report all car issues to the people who force the Auto companies we just bailed out to fix our cars. You are leaving the public a risk. If your kid opens the door moving down the highway and falls out of the car because of this issue Ford is going to pay big time lawsuits on this one. REPORT REPORT REPORT!!!

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SOURCE: 2007 ford focus rear door lock

Ok does anyone have a site to look at to remove the rear door actuator??? I too have a drivers side rear door that will not lock!! The unit does not move it is solid!!

Any ideas??? I see that problems posted but not much on how to get to it and fix it!!! HELP!!

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Ok does anyone have a site to look at to remove the rear door actuator??? I too have a drivers side rear door that will not lock!! The unit does not move it is solid!!

Any ideas??? I see that problems posted but not much on how to get to it and fix it!!! HELP!!

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